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Old 15th January 2012, 10:16 PM
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Yay, I got to friend Jessica on face book. She's the same age as my daughter.

Actually I am impressed with the judge's summation. He calmly lays the defendants motives bare and leaves no wiggle room. Its great. I hope the dummies go and spend heaps of money trying to appeal somehow. A good waste of their funds.
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I'm only guessing, but I doubt they are using their own money on these court cases. I wouldn't be surprised if the money comes from a school fund that was originally intended for teaching aids, science equipment, or similar.
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http://jesusfetusfajitafishsticks.bl...christian.html

Here's a small list of the christian love
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http://jesusfetusfajitafishsticks.bl...christian.html

Here's a small list of the christian love
Wow! I can be a nasty fucking bitch sometimes but even I can't be that fucking nasty*!




* But then I don't have religion as an "excuse".
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I was under the impression that the U.S.A., upon gaining independance, had a Christian population of around 5%.
Keep in mind that the 95% will have been the indigenous peoples of North America.
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Old 17th January 2012, 09:04 PM
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It just gets better from our old pal Chris Young:

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The atheists killed 6 million Jews and Christians. The Providence Journal is a propaganda rag promoting atheism. I think the blatant hypocrisy of the liberal agenda is nicely exposed here! (I'm surprised, however, to see Jon Stewart's very liberal Daily Show exposing it.) By the way, MANY agree that The Providence Journal often exhibits a bias in favor of atheistic, communistic, pro-abortion, and pro-same sex agenda views.


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Was this a conspiracy pushed by atheistic communists to establish precedent to force only atheistic religious beliefs in public schools?

This man needs help! Actually, the country that he could be considered a legitimate representative of people in needs help.
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Old 17th January 2012, 11:21 PM
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It just gets better from our old pal Chris Young:

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This man needs help! Actually, the country that he could be considered a legitimate representative of people in needs help.
Heh, technically it's not paranoia, if we're actually all out to get him...

Oh, wait...
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Old 18th January 2012, 06:06 PM
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Heh, technically it's not paranoia, if we're actually all out to get him...

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Wait, we're not? I lost my communist handbook so I can't remember who i'm out to get now!
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Wait, we're not? I lost my communist handbook so I can't remember who i'm out to get now!
Boy you are out of date. Its now the atheist communistic handbook. The one with the octareen cover, version 3.6.
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Boy you are out of date. Its now the atheist communistic handbook. The one with the octareen cover, version 3.6.
Ah, you can now get your athiest communist handbook at the greengrocers, its now hidden as a watermelon; green on the outside red on the inside.
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